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Loop Systems for Hearing Aids Improve Hearing <br />
Loop systems are a type of assistive listening device that work in conjunction with a hearing aid’s t-coil to help hard of...
Imagine being able to hear sound from the TV or stereo system from anywhere in the house. If you’d like to wash dishes in ...
With a Loop system, the sound is delivered directly to the hearing aids and stays exactly the same as you move from room t...
Loop systems consist of three basic parts: an input device, a loop amplifier and loop wiring.<br />
The input device is the device you want to listen to such as the TV, a stereo or MP3 player, a microphone or almost any ot...
The loop amplifier plugs directly into any wall socket while the input device plugs into the amplifier. <br />
Loop systems are probably the most inexpensive of all assistive listening devices. <br />
Call Today<br />(352) 729-3377<br />Visit Our Website<br />www.Hearing-Aids-Clermont-FL.com<br />
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  2. 2. Loop Systems for Hearing Aids Improve Hearing <br />
  3. 3. Loop systems are a type of assistive listening device that work in conjunction with a hearing aid’s t-coil to help hard of hearing people hear speech better, especially in background noise. <br />
  4. 4. Imagine being able to hear sound from the TV or stereo system from anywhere in the house. If you’d like to wash dishes in the kitchen and listen to the TV in the family room at the same time, you can. <br />
  5. 5. With a Loop system, the sound is delivered directly to the hearing aids and stays exactly the same as you move from room to room, as long as you stay within the loop. <br />
  6. 6. Loop systems consist of three basic parts: an input device, a loop amplifier and loop wiring.<br />
  7. 7. The input device is the device you want to listen to such as the TV, a stereo or MP3 player, a microphone or almost any other audio device. <br />
  8. 8. The loop amplifier plugs directly into any wall socket while the input device plugs into the amplifier. <br />
  9. 9. Loop systems are probably the most inexpensive of all assistive listening devices. <br />
  10. 10. Call Today<br />(352) 729-3377<br />Visit Our Website<br />www.Hearing-Aids-Clermont-FL.com<br />
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